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SPD's Scholz offers steel sector help as German election race tightens
DUISBURG, Germany (Reuters) -German Social Democrat (SPD) candidate for chancellor Olaf Scholz promised on Thursday to help the steel industry convert to climate-friendly production if his party, clinging to a narrow lead in polls, wins Sunday's federal election.
1:56PM EDT
Ukrainian lawmakers pass law on oligarchs after assassination attempt
KYIV (Reuters) -Ukraine's parliament passed a law on Thursday to order "oligarchs" to register and stay out of politics, a day after an attempt to kill a top aide to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, which officials said could have been a response to the reform.
1:15PM EDT
Don't panic buy, Britain tells consumers as BP shuts gas stations
LONDON (Reuters) -Oil giant BP said on Thursday it was having to temporarily close some petrol filling stations in Britain because of a lack of truck drivers, hours after a junior minister cautioned the public not to panic buy amid fears of food shortages.
12:59PM EDT
Lava, smoke and ash cover La Palma as volcano threatens banana crop
LA PALMA, Spain (Reuters) -Jets of red hot lava shot into the sky on Spain's La Palma on Thursday as a huge cloud of toxic ash drifted from the Cumbre Vieja volcano toward the mainland and jeopardised the island's economically crucial banana crops.
12:48PM EDT
The great central bank exit begins as Norway hikes rates
Norway has become the first major developed economy to lift interest rates as growth rebounds following a pandemic that unleashed extraordinary stimulus across the globe.
11:08AM EDT
Exclusive-Bank of England's Woods cautiously optimistic Evergrande "won't go badly wrong"
Bank of England Deputy Governor Sam Woods said on Thursday that Britain's banks have no major exposures to Evergrande and he does not expect the troubled Chinese property group to "go badly wrong".
9:58AM EDT
Factbox-German "traffic light" coalition seen as most likely
Germany faces months of tough negotiations to form a coalition government after the federal election on Sunday, with three parties set to need to team up to clear the threshold of 50% of all seats in the Bundestag after the vote.
8:19AM EDT
Australia says will be patient on rebuilding ties with France
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said he has tried to arrange a conversation with French President Emmanuel Macron but has been unsuccessful so far, a week after his cancellation of a major submarine deal sparked a diplomatic row with Paris.
7:59AM EDT
Spain's quarterly growth revised sharply lower, 2021 outlook at risk
The pace of Spain's economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis in the second quarter was less than half the initial estimate, official data showed on Thursday, jeopardising upbeat full-year forecasts of a return to pre-pandemic output levels.
7:43AM EDT
UK's slow growth and rising inflation gives BoE headache - PMIs
LONDON (Reuters) -Britain's economy lost more momentum this month as businesses grappled again with rising costs, a survey showed, highlighting the difficult backdrop for Bank of England officials ahead of Thursday's interest rate decision.
7:04AM EDT
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Schumer, Pelosi announce tentative revenue deal for Biden's social agenda
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The two leading Democrats in Congress announced a tentative revenue deal on Thursday they said would pay for U.S. President Joe Biden's social spending agenda, though they did not provide details about the agreement.
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